On Burnside McGee Highway (U.S. 219) at Fire Tower Road, on the right when traveling south on Burnside McGee Highway.
From the 1840's until c1912, thousands of county rafts floated billions of board feet of timber to mills in Lock Haven, Williamsport and Marietta. On March 14, 1938, a reenactment "Last Raft" left a traditional assembly point at Charlie McGee's . . . — — Map (db m106665) HM
On Covered Bridge Road, 0.1 miles south of Burnside McGee Highway (U.S. 219), on the right when traveling south.
Only remaining covered bridge over any branch of the Susquehanna River. Thomas McGee built this single span Burr arch truss bridge in 1873 for $175 using hand hewed white pine timbers from the area. It was the last covered bridge built in Clearfield . . . — — Map (db m106713) HM
On Mahaffey Grampian Highway (U.S. 219) at Appian Way, on the right when traveling west on Mahaffey Grampian Highway.
One of the most significant evangelical Christian authors of the 20th century, Tozer was born a few miles south of here in LaJose (Newburg). A pastor with The Christian and Missionary Alliance and a nationally recognized theologian, lecturer and . . . — — Map (db m106714) HM